Green Bay Teen Spends Week With “Sisters Under Sail” Tall Ship Program

By Zac Schultz | February 4, 2014


15-year old Brianna Thom wasn’t shanghaied into serving on a ship like in days of old, but voluntarily signed up to join the only all-female tall ship crew in the world. The Green Bay teen boards the Unicorn to spend a week as part of the “Sisters Under Sail” program. The program’s goal is to help young women learn that they can be self-resilient… on board the ship and in life.

Listen to another story of what happened when Wisconsin Life spent a week on a Tall Ship.

Zac Schultz

Zac Schultz is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who thinks three-minute stories and one-line bio descriptions are woefully brief.
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